Congratulations, you’re planning your honeymoon! This is the fun part of the wedding planning, where you can base your decision on what YOU really want. Here’s what to expect of a week in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos.
You could opt for an all-inclusive or resort package for the honeymoon, but do you really want to share the communal pool and beach? Vacation rental villas are becoming more popular for one main reason. Privacy. Our beachfront cottages are all stand-alone structures with private pools, and more -perfect for your romantic getaway.
Whether you’re interested in an active honeymoon or plenty of R&R, Provo has so much to offer. Kayaking, fishing, whale watching, fine-dining, kite surfing, diving -the list goes on. Here is a daily suggested list for a VERY active honeymoon.
Touch down in the beautiful island of Providenciales, Turks and Caicos -lovingly referred to as “Provo.” Zip-away in your rental car and enjoy the green foliage; it won’t be long until you spot the blue waters that surround the islands! Settle into your cottage and take a walk along the beach and road to get your bearings. If you’re at one of our Turtle Cove Cottages, check out Baci Ristorante in Turtle Cove Marina for an amazing dinner. Then watch the sunset over a cocktail at Magnolias! If you’re really looking for some dance music, drive over to The Salt Mills and get a beer at Danny Buoys!
Today is all about the real reason you came to Turks and Caicos. The beach! Roll around in that powder white sand, get those obligatory initials-in-heart pictures taken, bask in the warm sun and breezy salt air. Now, put on your snorkeling gear and discover Smith’s Reef, the best snorkeling in Provo. Be sure to take lots of pictures with your underwater camera!
Turks and Caicos is home to one of the largest coral reef systems in the world, and the best way to see that underwater world is by scuba diving! If you’re not already certified, the process can be lengthy for beginners, but an accelerated course is available for newbies where you dive alongside an instructor. If you think you want to dive, we suggest beginning the learning process early and taking courses at home prior to arriving on the island.
Check out the south shore beaches, Taylor Bay Beach and Sapodilla Bay Beach. While you’re down there, hike Sapodilla Hill and find the 200-year old pirate carvings! If it’s lobster season (August-April), try to spot a fishing boat around Sapodilla Bay Beach and barter for some fresh lobster or other fish. Check out Las Brisas on the beautiful Chalk Sound for lunch or dinner.
Pick an adventure! Try Kite Surfing on Long Bay Beach, whale watching from January-early April, jet skiing around the South shore, or a glow-worm sunset cruise on the Atabayra!
Join the Atabayra on Friday evenings for their sunset sail and bottomless rum punch and sail along the world famous Grace Bay Beach.
Grab a nice long brunch at Bay Bistro at the Sibonne Hotel and plan your next visit to Provo!